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The 'A Team' star says he expects the two will team-up again while out on the road.
Ed Sheeran has teased that he and Taylor Swift may record another collaboration together while out on her 'Red' tour over the next few months.
The 'Lego House' star has joined the 'We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together' singer on the road for her latest world tour, and says "you never know" if they will write another song out on the road.
"My second album has taken shape recently," Ed revealed to Noise 11 this week. "I don't know if there will be any collaborations on it.
"You never know, I'm on tour with her for 6 months!" the UK star teased. "I'm sure the guitars will come out at some point."
Ed previously teamed up with Taylor last year to record the song 'Everything Has Changed' for her album 'Red', and more recently revealed he has another unheard Taylor Swift duet just "chilling" on his phone.
Earlier this week the 'Give Me Love' singer revealed he has now written all of the songs for his second studio album and will be heading into the recording studio in August to lay down the record.
Check out a picture of Ed Sheeran on stage at the Billboard Music Awards 2013 last weekend below (Credit: Getty):
Ed Sheeran has given a potential release date of 17th February 2014 for the follow-up to his debut album '+'.